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January 16, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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PAGE FOURTEEN UJA'TIIKVILMS (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 1C, 1947 Portal Pay Suits Jeopardize Firms ,~ Claims Could Bring <1'~ Bankruptcy to Many ; Industries in U. S. / BY RAYMOND LAHU |(l)n[ted Press Staff Correspondent) ', WASHINGTON, Jan. 10.-— Con- press was warned today that thousands of firms faced bankruptcy \mloss prompt steps arc taken to putlaw union claims to more than $4.000,CCO,OCO 1« portal-to-portnl pa". ' The warning was sounded by ^cn Homer Cnpcliart, R.. Ind.. he JTOS the first witness as a Senate Judiciary Sub:ommittce opened hearings on' legislation lo thro'.v £hc portal suits out of court. . 'Asserting that not a firm In a hundred had money to meet the flaims, Capehart said: "We avc facing a national problem which. (f jiot solved promptly, may have disastrous - consequences on production and commerce." J. The three-man subcommittee bc- ^an hearings as the Senate Labor Committee, headed by Sen. Robert •A. Taft, R., O., assembled to Ue- 'cldc how it will proceed 'with a Jong list of other bills aimed at .labor unions. Segments of ihe coni- 'hnttco appeared to be pulling :n ihree directions on the procedure Jo be followed. i Capeharl told the judiciary unit •that back pay claims filed ngainst Industrial firms would "far ex- £eed" S5.COO.COO.000. Those suits have i>:cn filed, mostly by CIO affiliates. •to claim back overtime pay for 1 the time spent by employes walk|- )ng to and preparing for their jobs ft "while on employers' properties. '* .*• Workers Wculcl I.OSR Jobs * As a result of a Supreme Court Decision last June, a flood of suits was filed under the Wage-Hour Law, which requires that double Jlrirnages be paid for violations. [ Capehart said the lawsuits threatened the existence of thou- fainds of business nnd industrial firms. J. "In the first place." he said. 1'The amount of the alleged 1 liability in each instance is so stng- Eering that not one company in a hundred would bj able to meet It..... : ."Until Industry and business know the extent -of their liability. thev are in no position to undertake contemplated reconversion programs essential to the maintenance,, of national prosperity." ; ( If the industrial firms fail, he said', the .workers themselves will ~5iiffer. ; Capehart argued that the government, too. would lose revenue ^through reduced taxes paid by ih< companies nnd through increased xrosts of goods bought during thr >'ar. He did not see how Congrcs could " consider lax reductions un less it blocked the'portal-to-portn ; suits by other legislation. Arkansas Editor Dies - MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. Jan. 16.—(UP)—Thomas Spencer Shir<)l. 67, well-known Arkansas'news- l»pcr publisher and writer, died here yesterday after several months Illness. -..Funeral services will be held Friday. Public Debt Soared Through Troublous Times 1930 1940 1945 1948 Kcwsclmrl above shows how the U. S. public <lcl>f, :ilie;idy rising through llic era of depression and recovery, shot lo inonumental heights during the wiir ycuis and declined foul lilile since Ihe peak Jn fiscal year 1'JJG. President Truman's cstimuU. 1 for fiscal 10 IB, which begins .luly 1, is higher than j the $260,000,000 estimated lor liic current, 1047, fiscal year. * A THE DOCTOR SAYS UV WILMA'M A. O'BHIKN, M. D. Written f"r NEA Service Before a blood disorder^ can be rented the physician must make in accurate diagnosis of the condition. This Is the reason that io!f- nedicnlion with blood remeciV is ol so little value; the patient can .carccly expect to guess the diag- losis In his own case. While transfusions are of value n certain blood conditions, they ire not a cure-all. The blood consists of a circulating liquid (plns- na> which contains slightly less than its own volume of three different kinds of cells, nny one of which may be deficient. The red cells, numbering about five million in every cubic millimeter of blood, absorb oxygen ns they pass through the lungs «nd deposit it, in the tissues. When red cells are destroyed or lost, or when production of them fails, a state of anemia exists. It is 'estimated that one woman of every five has .n blood condition which is, or which borders on, anemia. When red blood cell production fails in the marrow, the anemia may be corrected by Injections of liver extract. More recently, synthetic folic acid has been used in cases In which liver extract is not sufficiently effective. Iron is administered in anemia case.'. ',vhcn excessive amounts of blood have been lost through icmorrhagc. Expectant mothers may develop an iron deficiency when tlleir store Is scanty, lor they must supply ron to their unborn infants. WHITE CELLS K1GHT GEKMS The white blood cells help to de- fend the bc<ly against Infection by destroying bacteria. When white cclLs nrc deficient, ri blood transfusion or bone marrow stimulant is indicated. The third type ol blood cell, called a platelet, aids in Ihe clotting 01 the blood. In,bleeding pur- pura which is causbd by a deficiency of platelets, transfusion, or, In some cases, removal of the spleen, may correct the condition. QUESTION: I have been told I have non-tropieal sprue. What Is this? ANSWER: Non-tropical sprue is appnrcntly the same : fts tropical sprue. It is a form or deficiency disease which may be corrected by special diet, liver extract injections, or folic acid. It is not causal •?*•' parasites. , 'i'Ri CALL " . everything in "INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Over Guard Jowelry Store A. F. DIETRICH, Mgr. Officers Search Woods For Escaped Convicts PIEllMONT, Ala.., Jail. 1C—(UP) —Authorities today were re|K)rtecl closing in on [oni 1 o( five convicts who e.'-cuiieci fi-oni a work camp it Home, On., mid brutally killed •x fanner in making off with his automobile. Georgia and Alabama State Highway patrolmen augmented by local of I leers jjlcddcd through heavily wooded areas two miles Wc.sl of here in pur.suit of lour Ki'oes who later abandoned the automobile. The fifth prl.sontT, a white man Is believed to have parted with the Negroes after the group reached the Alabama border. How To Relieve Bronchitis Crcomulsion relioves promptly bo- ! cause It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help looser) and expel serm laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it qulcKly allays the cough or you are to have your money back CREOMULSION for Couzhs.Chcst Colds, Bronchitis FAR IVI DITCHES ROADS J. LOUIS CHERRY Reprreentlnf New York Life Insurance Co. Blythevllle, Ark. S.J,CQflEN Contractor BABY BEAR AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 3!/2 Gal. - 5 Gal. - 7Gal. ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 Kust Main IMioiiu 23(12 Phone 2882 TV Read Courier News Want Ads, Local &, Lonff Distance Moving Competent Help ind equipment. AAa- Huately Insured Contract Hauling *n4 MUc. Services, 1 HOK» 5errlc« ft Sto Phoao 2801 Co. for a Taxi O. K. CAB CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Hiiy and Soil <;O01) USED CARS ' Dill Chumblin — Lex Chambliji Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrange lo h.ivc your remembrances Kent, not .jti.sL once, hut nioiilli aCter month. Ask about t!d:i plan. SHOP i'.T.I). Service We Deliver Anywhere I'll. 1U1 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, uwncr Glciicue Kills. Railroad & Ash Sts. I'lumc 21i>5 Let Us Help You— STOP DRINKING 1 There Is no medical remedy for i i drink . . . hut we can help yon ] i resist Its influence! No cost to you \ —only co-opcralion. JUST CONTACT Alcoholics Anonymous Box 873—Rljthcville, Ark. Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes 0|)cn 8 ;i. ni. Close 5:;{l) ]>. m. Tuesday and Thursday NiKhl.s Open Till 9 323 North 2nd St. o'clock WHY SUFFER From Cold Weather? When you can simply cnll 597 anil have your groceries and incuts delivered free by our new fasl SCOOTKR DELlVEKf. We guaranlcc you must be satisfied with, our selection. fresh Dressed Poullry dally . . Meadowbrook Milk. ' Cl HlKliwuy North—fining 591 CECIL LOWE Grocery & Meats Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 Norlh Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. 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